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Nov 12, 2012 3:00am PST
of riffs, netanyahu in israel bet on the wrong horse. he all but endorsed mitt romney for president. even beforehand, he was pretty snippy as far as far as an american, i resented his personal criticisms of president obama. is -- now that president obama's running for re-election is there a riff between israel and the united states? >> there's something of a rift and there's also a rift inside israel with many of netanyahu's critics arguing that he went too far. he never should do this. you never choose sides in american politics. why would he? >> bill: he should have known better than that. >> i was just at a j street gathering where they were going over the results of the election. >> bill: j street being? >> a progressive pro israel organization so it stands for israel and for a state solution. they work actively on achieving middle east peace. they were looking what happened with the israel vote. a big effort of netanyahu and conservatives in america was to make israel a wedge issue. to split voters off. it fail
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Nov 26, 2012 3:00am PST
mentioned this compromise in gaza. there is a lot of debate israel saying we didn't agree to that and the hamas saying oh yes, you did, but how far the fishermen can go and about -- >> yeah. >> bill: so is this going to hold? >> it is holding so far. they are having incidents on both sides, and the palestinians are pressing it. now the fishermen are going six miles, the israelis are letting them. there is some farmland in dispute. >> bill: but no more rockets are being fired, huh? >> there have been a couple of rockets fired, but no killings in the last 24 hours. and what you are seeing is both sides seem to be saying they won. and hamas has emerged as a genuine force, one that people are staying they are going to have to be involved any negotiations in the future. >> bill: which creates a problem for those who have not recognized hamas has ledge it mate. >> right. in a power struggle. >> bill: on the 29th of november, president hasbas goes to the united nations seeking to be a state. >> as an observer state. not admitted to the un, but a step away fr
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